Deeply Moved By 'Black Lives Matter' Mural, Trump Joins The Black Panthers

NEW YORK, NY—New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio painted the words “Black Lives Matter” in front of Trump Tower in a move he described as “a blow for justice” and “totally not a partisan distraction from my complete and utter failure.” President Trump initially dismissed this as a “stunt” that would have no effect as he “hardly ever read roads.” But when Trump saw it, he was instantly moved by how large the letters were (they were quite large) and immediately resigned the presidency and joined the Black Panthers to become a militant black nationalist.

“Wakanda forever!” Trump shouted as he held an AR-15 as he stood on the street with other members of the Black Panthers who once again had to remind him they had nothing to do with the Marvel movie.

“I just had to do something,” Trump later told the press. “When I saw the words ‘Black Lives Matter,’ I was like, ‘I never thought of it that way.’ Now I’m part of the movement and a Marxist -- and I know all of Marxism, not just their most popular movies like Duck Soup.”

The other Black Panthers seemed to have accepted Trump, though they describe him as "odd" and "a little annoying," but "rich."

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